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's no doubt we did exactly what we said we were going to do in libya. >> reporter: it was a limited u.s. role when the rebels faced massacre and pushing other nato nations to take over. rebels say he was shot in the head in a cross fire. this is closure to the loved ones of americans remembered at this monument in syracuse, new york, killed when the libyan dictator allegedly had their u.s. jetliner blown up in 1988. >> to finally get the man that ordered the bombing of pan am 103 is justice. >>> u.s. officials worry any aircraft missiles are unaccounted for here, islamic radicals could capitalize on the chaos. the revolution has won said president obama, but there's more to do. >> to secure dangerous materials andh) of all libians. >> reporter: two things libya has to learn with gadhafi dead. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, washington. >>> early this morning secretary of state hillary clinton who had just been to tripoli just days ago responded to gadhafi's killing saying it was a new era for libya. speaking from islamabad she also turned up the heat on pakistan saying there would be a very b
on the parkway. use extra caution sharia there may be some lanes closed. some of fog warnings as you travel costs -- across the bay bridge. reduced speeds and visibility. 39 m.p.h. is what we're seeing already. that is the interloop traffic. we're not dealing with any delays on the major roadways leading up to the beltway. about an 11 minute ride. to get to from the beltway down toward 32. here is a view of traffic. it is not an ideal start as you make your way on the north side of providence. no delays but the roads are a little slick. we want to remind you fog warnings are in effect. >> our big story this morning, there will be heavy hearts a high school after a student was killed. >> she crashed her car during the rush hour on wednesday on a mountain road in pasadena. residents say that stretch of road is dangerous. kala austin is described as a happy young lady who was good in school and had many friends. she was likely on her way to school driving east on mountain road where police say she lost control and slammed into an abandoned home on the opposite side of the street. she died of her inj
. >>> madame secretary, thank you for joining us. are you in herman cain's famously designated becky-becky-becky-stan. >> there's a zero, zero, zero chance i'm going to comment on republican politics, but i am in uzbekistan. >> we have mark haleprin. we also have the president of the council on foreign relations, richard hoss back with us. good to have you, richard. >> boy, hillary was at the top of her game yesterday, wasn't she? >> i thought she was great on "meet the press" and really seems like she has a handle on the situation. >> well, there's so many situations. >> so many. >> which -- i mean -- all the situations that people like herman cain don't have a grasp on. if you look at this past weekend. and look at all of the things that have gone down in the news, then you have -- you realize now is not the time to send an amateur to the white house. so whoever wins the republican nomination better have a firmer grasp on foreign affairs than the current front-runner. look, iraq, what does that mean? we're getting out of iraq. what is that going to mean for u.s. foreign policy? wha
are saying about the chemical weapons he wanted to use on america, the country he was born in, the country that educated him, and early this morning, the country that hunted him down. around 3:00 a.m. eastern time, the u.s. launches a joint operation with the yemenis, a car believed to be carrying al awlaki is targeted. a u.s. drone fires a missile. and one of america's top terror targets is dead. >> the death of awlaki is a major blow to al qaeda's most active operational affiliate. >> anwar al awlaki was a long way from home. born in new mexico he radicalized and became a leader in al qaeda in the arabian peninsula. he was a top terror recruiter, awlaki's presence was felt in the ft. hood massacre. the alleged shooter, major nadal hassan is believed to have exchanged e-mails with awlaki before the rampage that left 13 people dead. awlaki is also linked to other terror plots, including the would-be underwear bomber, the plot to blow up u.s. cargo planes, and the attempt to set off a bomb in new york's times square. >> i consider al qaeda in the arabian peninsulas with awlaki as a leader w
who is in custody. he is a used car salesman from texas and his friends are having a very hard time believing he is a terrorist. >> herman cain is now the republican front-runner for the president. according to the latest national poll. leaving many analysts wondering if the georgia businessman's plan resonating. all that and more on "american morning." >>> good morning, everybody. it is thursday, october 13. >> it is certainly not a good morning. i can't get messages from people, i can't send messages. >> mine was down yesterday but back now. >> mine was up yesterday but i e-mailed this morning. our executive producer said i will be late. >> that's the e-mail i sent. >> he is panicking going where are my anchor. >> if you don't know what we are talking about, millions of blackberry users are without service this morning. now four-day blackout spreads to north america. the outage primarily affects e-mails and internet access, not the ability to make phone calls or text. >> weird. problem started monday affecting customers in europe, middle east and africa. by tuesday, it has spread
's all from us tonight. remember, our new time slot beginning next week, 6:00 p.m. eastern, monday through friday. "anderson cooper 360" srts right now. >>> candy, thanks very much. good evening, everyone, we start with breaking news tonight. a new fbi bulletin warning about possible retaliation for the killing of anwar al awlaki. one of america's most wanted terror leaders. we now have a name for it, operation troy. weeks of surveillance, marine harrier jets flying. waiting for possible ground operations. also tonight, breaking details, exclusive to 360 on what this would be killer was capable of. also we're learning how saudi arabia figured into his takedown. our own fran towsend has details on that. what her sources are saying about the chemical weapons he wanted to use on america, the country he was born in, the country that educated him, and early this morning, the country that hunted him down. around 3:00 a.m. eastern time, the u.s. launches a joint operation with the yemenis, a car believed to be carrying al awlaki is targeted. a u.s. drone fires a missile. and one of americ
austin jackson. >> tim: right on the money! again, mike napoli telling us that he loves to catch and not d.h. because then he is right in the middle of the action. and was he ever then. the tag at home plate. and now the throw to get jackson. >> joe: raburn with the bases empty fouls it. and the count 1-1. i don't know if napoli and mike scioscia his former manager with the angels always saw eye-to-eye. i think napoli wanted to be more the regular catcher with the angels, but he was taught by one of the better fundamentally schooled catchers in the game in mike scioscia. and the rangers are reaping the benefits of that. >> tim: i think mike scioscia from a teacher's standpoint and a manager's standpoint is about as good as it gets. that is not an easy pitch to throw. because your transfer has got to be longer. you make the one-handed catch inside. he has to bring the glove around. you have to have quick hands to do that. napoli got his man. >> joe: now the count is 3-1 on raburn. with the big guy on deck. two out, nobody on. raburn was taking, it looked like. it's a full count. g
carefully the fine print first. >>> wal-mart, toys r us and other retailers are bringing back layaway this holiday season. you need to know things before you plan on using layaway. the big one, there are fees that go along with the convenience. >> when you first acquire the item you are going to be paying a service fee. you need to be aware of what that is. you need to be very aware of what the grace periods are, so you don't trip up and lose the item. >>> if you miss the payments, you will have to pay a restocking fee and that is usually between $15 and $30. >>> a northern virginia food pan pantry is going to reopen its doors. last week the acts food pantries announced it just didn't have enough food to help people any more. after we featured their story, literally tons of food came in a long with cash donations. this afternoon the pant trillion will reopen to the public today. >>> in another tail of generosity, we told you about juan mitchell. he relied on the acts food pantry to get his family fed. he also relied on a power washer. someone stole the power washer from his truck, ove
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at the station for us with the latest. alan? >> carolyn, we are a few blocks away from the oakland amtrak station where a major emergency response is taking place. you can look down there. the olympic -- the oakland fire department says 18 people were injured. we are told one of the trains was boarding and de boarding when another amtrak train on the same track slammed into it. the impact derailed one of the trains and now railroad inspectors are trying to figure out how this all happened. we are told it was the pacific starlight from seattle to l.a. that struck the other amtrak train that we have not been able to identify yet. the rare road worker said the mechanism was not activated and it is still in the wrong position that lead these two trains to collide. again coming back, the oakland fire department says at least 18 passengers have been injured in this collision of two amtrak trains. the railroad inspectors have arrived and they are trying to figure out how exactly this happened. for now alan wang repo
>> good evening, i'm will thomas. thanks for joining us at 6. a local taxi cab driver is dead after a doomed ride in d.c.io night. police say someone, possibly a passenger, shot and killed him in his own car on palm street and anacostia avenue in northeast. john henrehan has been working the story for us. what do you know? >> reporter: the shooting took place inside the d.c. border and close, it was the prince georges county cab driver who was killed. the neighborhood is called eastland gard knows. it lays between the aquatic gardens. dozens of service men and women spent the morning cleaning up part of the parkland. they saw at the corner of paups street in anacostia avenue, a prince georges county-based taxi cab that appeared to have quickly backed up over the curb ending up inside the park. minutes before 4:00 a.m., shocks rang out here. it appeared that two bullets struck the front windshield of the cab. the responding officers found an adult male driver unconscious with no since of life and pronounced dead. police say the apparent motive was robbery. the 67-year-old bo has driv
a mexican online pharmacy like some of us do. it always ends badly. "morning joe" starts right now. ♪ >>> i don't think i've ever hired an illegal in my life. and so i'm afraid -- i'm looking forward to finding your facts on that. >> i'll tell you what the facts are. >> i'm speaking. i'm speaking. >> are they allowed to use their hands? you're not allowed to use your hands. i would hate to be able to zoom in right now. and see what's going on inside rick perry's head. to be fair -- from what i understand, that is the clip that is always playing inside rick perry's head. >>> good morning, welcome to "morning joe," it's thursday, october 20th. with us onset this morning, msnbc contributor mike barnicle. >> and also the managing editor of "fortune" magazine. >> what? what do you mean how he is he looking at you? >> like he has something really rude to say. >> no, i don't. >> are you sure? >> andy, it's good to see you. >> occupying "morning joe." >> you are occupying "morning joe." i hear there were only 200 there yesterday at certain times. >> comes and goes, ebbs and flows. >> we may have mo
% and the owners are saying just not a high enough percent for us to have this be a viable business. inowners are saying 22 of the 30 teams don't make a profit. they're willing or at least publicly saying they're willing to blow up this system. nba players are very well paid. the best in professional sports in the world. their average salary is between $5 million and $6 million. the nba players association will point that out, but the median salary between $2 million and $3 million. the problem is when your clarification is the median is only $2 million or $3 million, you don't have the sympathetic stance that will rally behind. >> billionaires and millionaires caught up the scenario. this has to be a pr nightmare, as well, for the nba. >> i reported on a number of work stoppages and sports disputes over money and the fans usually do come back and the senate would say it's because they're suckers. but, really, i think the nba is our entertainment. if it's there, you'll find it entertaining. why punish yourself. a hollywood strike for a while, but people aren't going to watch movies. maybe the
for a murder suspect continues this weekend. armored vehicles, u.s. marshals and s.w.a.t. team members are part of the force looking for 35-year-old aran bachelor much he's accused of killing a fort bragg city councilman and another man. >> there's only one way to solve this right now, and that's to go into the woods in a very dangerous situation and find him and bring him out. >> his father told us off camera he tried to warn officials about his son's mental state two years ago. >>> this morning one girl is dead and two others injured after a stabbing at a los angeles high school. police say the girl was attacked by her ex-boyfriend yesterday. they say he grabbed her in a head lock, began punching her. she died following complications from surgery at a nearby hospital. a teacher and another male student who had stepped in to help were also stabbed. the ex-boyfriend has been booked on suspicion of murder. >>> health officials are hoping to get 200 kid vaccinated so they can get back in school. yesterday those kids were turned away from school because they don't have their whooping cough booster
their mortgage bills. norah o'donnell joins us this morning with the details. good morning. >> good morning to you. >> reporter: the president's jobs billed is stalled in congress. today, president obama is going to begin a series of executive branch actions in order to help jump-start the economy. first up, housing. guess what? the president is on the west coast today. he is going to be in las vegas which, of course, is the heart of the housing problem in this country. we know, of course, that many people believe that the housing recovery is tied to economic recovery. so here is what the president is going to be doing today. he is announcing what senior officials call major overhaul of the underused refinance program. bottom line, you've under water and you've been paying your bills and you can't refinance and can't get ahold of the great rates out there for people this program the president will announce will enable people to fix that and remove a lot of the barriers in place for people who can't refinance and take advantage of some of the savings out there. i think you'll hear the presid
in someone else's pocket. >> it's a very worrisome. we live a lot longer than we used a lot longer than we used to, live past our earning potential. it's a worry. we'll continue to follow this together. carter evans at the nasdaq market site. that's it for "wake-up call" "american morning" begins right now. >>> good morning, i'm alina cho. the death toll in turkey is rising. at least 264 dead. many injured and rescue operations severely hampered by bitterly cold temperature. >>> day of liberation. i'm ali velshi. wild celebrations across libya as the country takes its first big steps toward a future without gadhafi on this "american morning." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning. good morning. >> good morning to you, alina. >> it's monday, october 24th. >> there's definitely something wrong with my seat. see this? >> yes, there is. >> right. >> christina and carol are off this morning. welcome to "american morning." his is a very strange seating situation but we have a lot of news to cover. we will fix that momentarily. a mounting situation in eastern tuck u turkey. a dev
the rest of your headlines. rescue workers in turkey using their bare hands to pull survivors from the rubble after yesterday's powerful 7.2 earthquake. the death toll is 239, expected to rise. close to 800 more are hurt and dozens of buildings were flattened in the eastern part of the country. people still trapped in those buildings, highways have caved in as well. there have been 100 aftershocks since that initial earthquake. one was a 6.0. signs of hope ringing out on the a vigil for a missing baby lisa irwin. >> ♪ amazing grace how sweet the sound ♪ >> dozens of people attended the service in kansas city in front of the home where the 11-month-old vanished. lisa's mother cried the entire time clinging by her husband's side. check out it surveillance video at this gas station surveillance video shows a man walking out of the woods near the baby's home the night she disappeared. police also investigating a suspicious dumpster fire that happened in the same area. >> 15 occupy philly protesters arrested for blocking the street in front of police headquarters. anti-corporate
at jack london square. more than a dozen people were hurt. alan wang is live at the station for us with the latest. alan? >> carolyn, we are a few blocks away from the oakland amtrak station where a major emergency response is taking place. you can look down there. the olympic -- the oakland fire department says 18 people were injured. we are told one of the trains was boarding and de boarding when another amtrak train on the same track slammed into it. the impact derailed one of the trains and now railroad inspectors are trying to figure out how this all happened. we are told it was the pacific starlight from seattle to l.a. that struck the other amtrak train that we have not been able to identify yet. the rare road worker said the mechanism was not activated and it is still in the wrong position that lead these two trains to collide. again coming back, the oakland fire department says at least 18 passengers have been injured in this collision of two amtrak trains. the railroad inspectors have arrived and they are trying to figure out how exactly this happened. for now alan wang r
tree way. lillian kim is there live. lillian take us through what happened here? >>reporter: dan, investigators are still here collecting evidence. shooting happened behind me on lemon tree court just off lemon tree way. antioch police say the man officers shot and killed was a parolee with a gun. neighbors say police gave ample warning to the man they had chased that the antioch neighborhood. >> i was right there and i heard everything. >>reporter: what did you hear them say. telling him to put it down and to, let it go and just get on the ground. but he wasn't listening. >>reporter: that's when soon after they heard a series of gunshots. >> i heard like i think it was cops yelling at him. like saying get down or something and then i just heard like 3 gunshots and then i heard like 12 after that. >>reporter: family member says the man antioch police shot and killed was 33-year-old josh peterson. who lived less an block away from where he was gunned down. antioch police say officers came face-to-face with him after having received a report of a fumingtive in the area.
them free he disables them so they could not be used again then he committed suicide. >> i honestly believe he didn't feel like he needed to live any longer. and it's sad if -- >> reporter: authorities never saw a suicide note so we don't know if it was his final act of kindness or cruelty. andy rochen, nbc news. >>> a senate vote could come on portions of the president's jobs bill that was voted down as a whole last week. yesterday the president wrapped up a three-day bus tour pushing his legislation to put americans back to work. nbc's tracie potts joins us with more on this. good morning. >> reporter: hi, lynn. good morning, everyone. we expect them to vote on the grants to save over 400,000 jobs. police, firefighters, teachers, president obama has been pitching this on his bus tour and yesterday criticized the republican alternative which requires cleaning the environment and policies he says are lax on wall street. they say this is just a temporary fix. it would be paid for with a half percent tax on millionaires. republicans say millionaires are the people who create jobs. if
>>> this is fox 5 news at 10:00. >>> the snow may be over for most of us, but the affects of the early winter storm are still in full effect. >>> an arrest in the murder of a howard university student. we have an emotional one on one with the victim's girlfriend. >> and a way to find out how much it's going to cost you to send your kid to college. we test out the out of pocket calculator. >> thanks for joining us this saturday night, i'm maurine. >> and i'm will thomas. we will kick things off in the weather center. a wild weather day, snow in october, what's going on? >> absolutely. it was really not supposed to happen this way. it was a storm that hit just about all of our area with some wet snow, accumulating snow. a little bit of rain fall. very uncommon. we went from a trace to some areas in the district to 14 inches out in west virginia. take a look at the radar. the good news is, it is starting to move its way out, but new england is getting pounded. you can see behind it, we are dealing with much more. except maybe some cloud coverage. >> and temperature is an
of the capital city of kabul. our nick payton walsh is live for us in kabul right now. nick, tell us what happened. >> reporter: it appears that a car bomb drove into a nalt toe convoy right here in the center of kabul, the afghanistan capital, killing we don't know how many isaf forces, they say several. we do know that four afghan civilians were killed, two schoolchildren, a policeman and somebody on a motorbike simply passing by. but clearly here a very accurate, pinpointed attack on a nato convoy on what's supposed to be one of the more secure parts of afghanistan, alina. >> tell us about some of the other attacks we've been hearing about this morning. there have been several, right? >> a slew this morning, absolutely, one in the northeast of the country, a young woman in a burqa, we understand, detonated a suicide bomb injuring some outside the headquarters of the afghan intelligence services. more significantly, two nato troops also killed in the south of the country today where, as we understand it from an afghan army commander, a man in an afghan army uniform turned his gun on the
that are with us this morning. the isolated sprinkle in the mountains of west virginia. we are looking at thicker, heavier showers in michigan, ohio back through indiana and illinois. 40s and 50 degrees across the entire region. although up in new england, lots of 30s this morning. look at the 50s from columbus to cleveland. the chill won't come until litter. our high temperatures today 69 in washington. 66 in cambridge and 64 in annapolis. monica san anything new? >> reporter: lots of new stuff. first of all, if you are planning to head northbound on i-95, there is an accident right here at the exit for the inner loop of the beltway off 95. it is causing very heavy traffic up let's take a live look at i-95. if you are planning to head toward the river you are going to find slow traffic toward woodbridge and into springfield because of the accident. here's what it looks like on 66. you have the slow traffic. centerville and a little as you approach the beltway. for big deals here on 66. we'll take a live look at the american legion bridge on the west side, everything is running incident free. bet
with a hefty fine. >>> the u.s. kills a top al qaeda leader with ties to the washington area. we have local reaction on the deadly drone attack. >>> traffic alert. getting around the washington area will be a little challenging this weekend. we're going to show you what areas you may want to avoid from the roads to the metro. good morning. >>> folks, it is the first day of october and we have got some cool numbers out there. let's get your first forecast with meteorologist chuck bell. refreshing start. >> new month, new atmosphere, new everything. >> i busted out the scarf and the winter coat this morning. >> you're going to need it. you're definitely going to need it this weekend. be ready for a november like weekend in october. we skipped the whole month of october. the leaves are still green, but man, has it cooled down out there. 40s and 50s to get your weekend starleted under a mostly cloudy sky. it's blustery out there as well. i had the sunroof open on the way to work. 49 degrees in haguerstown, maryland. 55 right here in downtown washington. upper 50s along the bay side down towards
. because that threat for showers and storms will be with us. not an all day rain but the threat here noon, 68. a few showers. 5:00, 71. maybe a couple of storms again. right now, we're at 65 and cloudy at reagan national. looking at live doppler 9000 hd, we've got some things to talk about here. we'll go in first, east of town, relatively quiet. north of town, this thunderstorm here in eastern montgomery county, this is showing signs of weakening. north and east of laytonsville. a little bit of lightning and thunder with that. extends back toward rockville and fairfax county. lighter showers around potomac, maryland. clearing out in prince william for the moment. fauquier has lighter showers as well. then a new thunderstorm. this one now producing lightning and thunder between dolby and anbar headed toward riverside and may be welcome here in the next 15 or 20 minutes as it crosses into charles county. that's about the heftiest thing we have to show you. mid to upper 60s. 65 in washington. 67 in southern maryland and along the bay going into the low 70s. monika? >> we're getting word of a
. the protesters swarmed the museum protesting a military drone exhibit. derrick ward joins us now from freedom plaza with more. derrick, is the protest growing larger this morning? >> it's about the same as it is in the morning when folks wake up here at the plaza. i mean, you've got folks here and you have folks over at mcpherson square as well. it varies throughout the course of the day. sometimes the groups converge. other groups come down. so it's a number that changes but there's always a core presence here as you can see. what happened yesterday was remit of t reminiscent of the points of view. this gentleman wearing this hat, it cost $10. it goes towards water for folk who are suffering or threatened by dehydration. a lot of other causes. we actually did talk to someone at the air and space museum who told us they had not intended to be violent. this person says she was a passivist and it would be a cool irony to get violent about a protest about a drone which they see as a vehicle of violence as well. of course there's the other points of view representing the big money or corporate in
of tribeca. >> we're using up the balance of your time and we're going to use a moment of mine. >> go ahead. >> i couldn't help but notice you had chris hayes on the show today. >> indeed. >> i thought i was your favorite, first of all. >> come on, chris hayes is a smart dude. he's like you. all the smart dudes come to this show. him, you, you're all the same. >> i also noticed he didn't have to the wear a tie. >> that was his choice and not mine. that was his choice. i thought he looked very dapper without a tie. the truth is, are you wearing shoes today, dylan? >> yes, i'm actually wearing boots today. >> very good. >> again, i will -- >> you'll take it away. let's start your show. >> i will delude myself no longer. >> the show starts right now. >>> all right. good friday afternoon, oh, sorry, yeah, there. good friday afternoon to you. i am dylan ratigan. if you recognize that music, you know our big story today. aerosmith, "the same old song and dance," that is what we are getting from both sides in the so-called super committee in washington. the republicans, their plan $2.2 trillion in
or harassed. this from michael, the u.s. supported the protesters who occupied tahrir square. they have supported all of the arab spring protests including against world leaders the u.s. this from lisa, they're not camping, they're protesting. engaged in an act proprotected by the first amendment. thanks for your comments this morning. >> next time i see you, carol, it will be halloween. we will dress up like each other or something like that. that will do it for us. we'll be back bright and early monday morning at 6:00 a.m. eastern. alina cho takes it over right now at "cnn newsroom." >> good morning, ali and carol. i'll see you both on monday. meanwhile, welcome to all of you. u.s. stock markets opened this hour, can they keep the rally going. investors riding on good news. the dow finished up thursday, 340 points. this could be the best october in a quarter century. the economy is growing. the gross national product for the third quarter was nearly double the figure from april to june and that's thanks to consumer spending and more business investment. alison kosik will join us in ab
and time again. >> she is notorious. why landlords can't stop the tenant. >> excuse us. we want to talk to you. >> and convicted sex offenders working and in some cases living with california foster children. what could have been done years ago to stop this? good evening, i'm ken. >> tonight the mayor of oakland speaks and she has ground rules for the occupy protesters. since mayor quan allowed protesters to return after that night of violence, they have come back in greater numbers. robert lyles is in oakland with what protesters are planning next. robert. >> reporter: dana, now that occupy oakland has returned to its original location here at franco plaza. this movement has galvanized in numbers. hundreds of demonstrators held a candle light vigil for steven olsen. he is the iraq war veteran shot in the head by a police fired projectile on friday night. oakland police are now saying that it is unclear if the projectile was fired by one of their officers. what is clear, demonstrators are back now planning a labor strike for this coming wednesday. they say it is proof that this move
. >> live, local, like breaking. -- late breaking. >> thank you for joining us. even some lightning i am told it? >> some thunderstorm activity. pretty surprising for this time of the morning. let's look at the doppler and then we'll get into the forecast. we will see rain in most neighborhoods on your way to work or school. the thundershowers we were talking about, the bright orange and red d.c., if you're watching us, you guys could hear a little under to start the day. let's look at the forecast. i'm going to say the best chance is morning. we come back in a few minutes to look up the weekend. first let's see what is happening on the roads. >> the rain is impacting things out there. an accident in the northbound direction at the beltway. watches you make your way north. not doing all that bad. a little bit of a slow on the expressway. volume is starting to build around the area. eight minutes on the southbound from the 95 merge. the 12 minute ride on the outer loop. still running pretty smoothly. eight minutes on the inner loop. here's a look outside. the roads are wet. fog is an issu
consultant sam singer. he tells us it is all a big unfortunate mistake. >> she was planning to do too many things at the same time. she had several cell phones, she went down to have a snack at the cafe there. she failed to go back to purchase the items, stepped outside the door, realized something was wrong, but before she had the opportunity to go back and correct her own mistake, security was there. >> he said his client would speak to us, but she hasn't responded so far. she posted $15,000 bail sunday and pleaded not guilty before a san francisco judge thursday afternoon. ironically the assemblywoman is married to alameda county superior court judge dennis hayashi. in san francisco, abc7 news. >> state finance director is facing a dui charge after being stopped on suspicion of drunk driving in sacramento friday night. -- thursday night. she is a top advisor to governor brown. she took responsibility for the incident. she said her actions were reckless and irresponsible. and there was no excuse for it. she said she called the governor to apologize. >>> for a second year a bar caught uns
't keep going to the emergency room. >> reporter: you can see how crowded it is inside. doctors tell us that it's like this every day. they see about 2,000 patients every year. >> most important is how many patients you see every day. how many patients you are able to see every day. >> reporter: dr. meani sees 830 sees -- 80 patients every day. >> if you're in the emergency room, you hope that the person next to you does have an emergency and not something that could have been prevented at a doctor's office. >> reporter: an imagie who lives around the corner is the first in line. >> i'm going to really like it and enjoy it. >> reporter: la clinica is set to open with one doctor for 20 hours a week. they hope to expand. >>> president obama placed blame -- >> we also know that he had direct links. was paid by and directed by individuals in the iranian government. >> reporter: the president went on to say that someone in the iranian government should be held accountable for the plot. >>> president obama is heading back to the bay area as part of a swing through three western states. he's e
for the park. police are just headed there. they will give us more information as it comes in. i will keep you posted on that one. the dallas toll road, 66 looking fine. that is slow through centerville, by the way. the outer loop of the beltway. route 1, slowing down just a bit now after 95 as you approach silverspring, but no big deal on the northbound side of town headed to 270. in my next report, i will will update the -- i will update the g.w. parkway. >>> the stories happening today, good timing by prince george's county department of public works, planning a test of all snow and ice removal equipment before they heard howard's forecast. the test was at 4:00 this morning. dc will conduct a similar dry run later today. >>> hundreds of students at st. mary's college in maryland will move on to the dorm boat today. the college is bringing in a cruise ship to house the students. they were forced from their dorm because of a mold problem. that i had been living in hotels -- they had been living in hotels. the discovery channel has $20 of gas to be given away free today. the shell station on s
earthquake in turkey. >>> money pit? a damning government report slams u.s. police training efforts in iraq. >>> and re-igniting the flame, lady liberty is about to get a >>> and re-igniting the flame, lady liberty is about to get a 21st century upgrade. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello, and good morning. i'm lynn berry. welcome to our viewers across the nation include the pacific time zone. today we begin with tragedy in turkey. rescuers are digging through dust and rubble in eastern turkey this morning after a powerful 7.2 earthquake struck near the country's border with sunday on sunday. at least 270 people are dead. hundreds more injured, and authorities fear that death toll could rise dramatically in the days ahead. emily morgan from our english broadcasting partner itn reports. >> reporter: grimacing and in pain, but alive, this woman was pulled out from under a collapsed building eight hours after the earthquake struck. working by torchlight rescuers have been looking for survivors trapped by concrete. she was searching for relatives here. this was a seven-stor
example of how we and in america sometimes it takes us too long but we try to rectify these problems. and i hope this is an opportunity for us to recognize discrimination when it's happening anywhere else in the military or across our country that we shouldn't have to wait to honor these marines 70 years later because of their commitment that they made. they were dedicated to this country. they fought racism, they fought segregation, they fought humiliation all to try to serve this great country. i think they really embody what the marines stand for, the honor, courage, commitment, that is exactly what it takes to be a marine. let us learn this lesson and also honor these gentlemen here today. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from north carolina. mr. jones: mr. speaker, i would continue to reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. the gentleman from missouri. mr. clay: thank you, mr. speaker. at this time i'd like to yield three minutes to the gentlewoman from new york, miss ma lenn
news for some in the republican party. nbc's tracie potts joins us from washington on this. >> good morning. this poll shows that while mitt romney remains the most electable candidate against president obama, it's herman cain that most republican voters would prefer if that election were held today. take a look at the numbers, herman cain stands at 27%, ahead of romney's 23. rick perry has slipped 20 points since the end of august to third place. so what has boosted cain in popularity? it looks like he is most popular with members of the tea party and those who identify themselves as very conservative. the polls show that people seem to like him because he is a businessman, not a politician. cain says people are starting to take his flat tax plan seriously. president obama's jobs plan gets two-thirds support from people who say not only should we put the jobs plan into place, but also tax the wealthy. lynn? >> thanks so much. and as you heard tracie mention, a new poll shows that most americans support the president's jobs bill. last night al sharpton asked senator ben cardin, a de
in payment services can be used to buy goods and services or improve their home. >> reporter: this woman stuck with a 7% note and upside down. >> this house for $325,000. now, according to the tax records, it's $127,000. >> reporter: she gets no help today. >> some called it a single when what they needed was a home run. >> reporter: the president spent $2.4 billion of the $50 billion he pledged on housing. because his housing secretary said today, the problem was worse than they thought. >> because of that complexity that helped contribute to the housing bubble and the housing bust, it made it harder to unwind these troubled mortgages. >> reporter: now, barack obama is running for re-election looking for ways to fix the mortgage mess. key 2012 swing states like nevada, like florida are the worst places still affected more than any place else in this country by the mortgage and housing mess. live from the hill, i'm steve handelsman, news 4. back to you. >> steve, thank you. the president's plan may not be enough for local homeowners in trouble with their mortgages. the plan can offer low
:00 in the morning as it was traveling -- u.s. convoy was traveling near the afghan parliament. a car bomb struck the side of an armored bus that was carrying u.s. troops and it burst into flames. cbs news has been told six americans were killed and six others were injured. the nato forces have not confirmed those numbers. helicopters landed near the scene to pick up many of those casualties according to eyewitnesses. afghan police also say that at least four civilians were also caught up in the bombing, killing one school child. the taliban have claimed responsibility for the attack. they say the bomber was driving with 1,500 pounds of explosives when he hit the convoy. now, u.s. convoys are often targeted, but rarely are these bombings so deadly. the taliban said they will continue to target u.s. forces until all foreign forces leave afghanistan. >> mandy clark in kabul with the latest on this breaking story, thanks so much. >>> an unusual and intense storm is barreling up the east coast. forecasters say a perfect storm of events is expected to bring rain, sleet, high winds and as much as a foo
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